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Jan 9, 2013 1:00pm PST
peace prize winner and the former head of the international atomic energy agency, mohamed elbaradei, amrad moosa, and the so-called jon stewart of egypt, who's made a lot of fun of morsi. their cases underscore the fear that morsi and his supporters could destroy the promise of freedom. what's going on with the democracy in egypt? >> translator: democracy in egypt and freedom are abided by an opposition in egypt is respected and appreciated for those to express their opinions and their poisons of view in egypt now and in egypt's future and to be a true partner in opinion and vision. effective criticism and constructive criticism. all of this is a right guaranteed for opposition in egypt. there are some challenges. there are some acts that don't comply with the law, that is addressed in the ewe additional system and the law and the president of the republic. it is not my right to interfere in what the procedures of the courts and what gets applied to and applied by the law. >> and they can criticize you without fear of going to jail? >> this happens every day. anyone can say, from th
Jan 4, 2013 1:00pm PST
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